by Patch O'Furr
Dear attendees and supporters,
Due to the risks presented by Covid-19, and the unavailability of many of our staff, vendors, DJs and supporters, we are heartbroken to announce that FC 2022 will not be held on January 13 – 17th.
More can be found at https://t.co/E5tcBTnfr3
— Further Confusion: Millennium Edition! (@furcon) January 7, 2022
Contract terms and angry messages
The cancelation of San Jose’s Further Confusion, among the world’s largest furry cons, was sad for everyone involved. Hopefully they will weather this and return next year. It must have been maximum difficulty at last minute during an unprecedented spike of the Covid pandemic.
The stakes are laid as soon as a furry convention signs a contract to fill a hotel. They get a block of rooms and are on the hook to deliver hundreds of rentals. It takes special circumstances to get released from the contract. If the terms don’t specify a zombie invasion, expect a bill while sharpening your machete! The pandemic must have given them a dilemma: Face a six figure debt or be a spreader event?